Summary: This game is undeniably one for Jessie Ventura. Making your way through combat torn land and wind up fighting government experiments gone wild. You have to keep on your toes or lose them in this game. All I can say is if you like first person shooters, you're gonna love this.
Summary: Its a pretty fun 1st person shooter with a good adventure feel to it. The game does have some minor programing glitches every now and then, such as an occasional drag during heavy combat and the controls are not as accurate as Call of Duty modern warfare, but for under $20 bucks the game is worth...
Summary: I picked this game up at a "going out of business sale" (all too common these days). I bought it based on the subject matter (aliens and Area 51) and less on actual facts or reviews. First off, this is actually a really fun game. Short, about 4-6 hours.
Summary: I'll admit, after playing through the first game my expectations for this follow-up was far less. Thankfully I was pleasantly surprised when I found myself having a lot of fun playing through this game.
Summary: I picked this up along with Army of Two at the same time for a combined price [..] which was to hard to pass up (both new). I wasn't expecting much because the reviews were averaging around 7 of 10. I can break it down like this.. Graphic/Visuals - Better than thought.
Summary: I found this game for my Xbox 360 used for $20 so I thought I'd give it a try. The first two maps are boring and uninviting. I almost put the game away after this but thought I'd hang in there until the real action starts.
Summary: this is a good game, and i genuinely enjoyed playing it through. red mode offeres and excellent challenge. driving parts are a blast! however there needs to be more weapons. loading times are too long.
Summary: I was excited about this game after playing the demo, but the mixed reviews made me hold off. However, when Amazon had a sale on this game, I went ahead and purchased. I've played about 2 hours into the campaign and I'm enjoying the ride.